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UPDATE:

A stormy weekend could be in store for the WSPY listening area.

A Flash Flood Watch will now go into effect at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday evening and will last through 1:00 a.m. on Monday morning.  

A period of showers and isolated storms are expected on Saturday afternoon.

Then, Saturday night should have those showers and storms continue with muggy conditions with a low around 67 degrees. Locally heavy rainfall is now possible tonight.  

Sunday could be the day with the most rain with showers and thunderstorms likely. The WSPY listening area is projected to possibly see heavy rainfall on Sunday, as well.

Those showers and storms should diminish late on Sunday night.

Meanwhile, temperatures will begin to fall and conditions should dry out into the start of the workweek. By Sunday, the high will be 72 degrees with highs about the same for Monday and warming a bit Tuesday but mild conditions are projected.

Stay tuned to 107.1 FM WSPY for the latest in weather details.

ORIGINAL:

A stormy weekend could be in store for the WSPY listening area.

As Meteorologist Mike Spiel is reporting, there is a threat of isolated afternoon showers and storms today with showers and storms expected on Saturday afternoon.

Then, Saturday night should have those showers and storms continue with muggy conditions with a low around 67 degrees.

Sunday could be the day with the most rain with showers and thunderstorms likely. The WSPY listening area is projected to possibly see heavy rainfall on Sunday.

Meanwhile, temperatures will begin to fall and conditions should dry out into the start of the workweek. Friday's high temperature is 83. By Sunday, the high will be 73 degrees with highs about the same for Monday and Tuesday when mild conditions are projected.

Stay tuned to 107.1 FM WSPY for the latest in weather details.